It's just over 24 hours until Scotland kick-off their biggest match in a long, long time when they line-up against England at Wembley on Friday evening.
Anticipation ahead of the Euro 2020 game is at fever pitch - no more so than among the thousands of Scotland fans making the journey south.
5. Kieran Tierney
Kieran Tierney has handed Scotland a huge boost on the eve of the Euro 2020 clash against England. The Arsenal defender, who missed the 2-0 defeat to the Czech Republic at Hampden on Monday due to a calf strain, took part in full training today before boarding the team bus as it departed Rockliffe Park for the flight to London ahead of the Wembley showdown. Photo: Jeff J Mitchell
6. Colin Hendry
Colin Hendry, who will be in London on Friday with the rest of the Tartan Army, said Scotland must come away with at least a point from Wembley. “We can’t lose - that is the most important thing,” he said, “We could draw on Friday, beat Croatia and go through on four points but we can’t talk about Croatia, it is all about Friday night.” Photo: Jeff J Mitchell
7. Kevin Gallacher
Scotland legend Kevin Gallacher has said he thinks England are setting themselves up for a fall by underestimating the away side. He said: “I hope England are thinking that they can walk all over Scotland, and hopefully that’ll do Scotland some favours.” Photo: Jeff J Mitchell
8. Ticketless fans told to stay at home
Meanwhile, ticketless Scotland fans who gather in London to watch their team’s Euro 2020 match with England could risk creating a spike in coronavirus cases, according to the city’s mayor. Sadiq Khan reiterated a plea made earlier this month for the Tartan Army to stay at home for the match on Friday evening unless they have a safe place to watch the game. Photo: Jeff J Mitchell